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A quirky take on abolishing period stigma.
Actress Meghan Markle is adding her voice to those of women speaking out about the need to abolish period stigma around the world. The "Suits" star recounted her experience visiting with young women i...
1. You're not eating enough.
*inhales all chocolate in sight*
First of all, they are expensive.
Mother Nature is a clever woman.
What does it look like? How do you put it in? How do you take it out? Is it safe? How gross is it? What is its usage life? What do you mean you can wear it overnight and not flood? Well, for those of you who also want to know these answers in a very simple, unbiased way, then read on.
Completely cutting carbs is not the answer.
Nearly 46,000 women sleep rough on any given night in Australia.
You are not doing your body a disservice.
‘I wanted to design a product that wasn’t reliant on underwear.’
Globally, women and adolescent girls struggle each month to overcome secrecy, shame and fear in managing their menstrual period. Given the commonness of menstruation, why does the stigma around it remain so widespread?